Halliburton's integrated sensor diagnostics service combines far-field and near-wellbore sensors with proven engineering practices to solve your unconventional challenges.
Halliburton has developed tools to improve confidence in selecting well spacing strategies and to quantify the impact of well spacing on your development goals.
Integrating near-wellbore and far-field downhole sensors, such as fiber optic monitoring and microseismic mapping, provides the ability to quantify the impact of completion and fracture design on well spacing. Through our integrated service diagnostics suite, the subsurface insight gained from these sensors is combined with fracture and reservoir modeling to define a roadmap for improving pad development for optimum well spacing.
Halliburton’s integrated sensor diagnostics suite helps define the best approach for optimizing fracture and completion strategies to improve fracture spacing. Fiber optic analysis has proven to be the go-to sensor for identifying fracture fluid placement by stage. Through integrated sensor diagnostics, this analysis is combined with production decline per stage and is used to calibrate fracture and reservoir models in order to develop a focused effort on optimizing fracture spacing.
The Halliburton integrated sensor diagnostic suite utilizes both near wellbore and far field sensing to determine completion effectiveness. The impact as a result of completion design can then be quantified using proven engineering practices such as fracture and reservoir modeling. Cluster efficiency, isolation effectiveness, and fluid placement all drive well productivity. Capturing and improving completion design effectiveness is a key benefit to the ISD approach.